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Once you've negotiated the various levels, you'll find a good fashion selection: the Designers at Debenhams range features clothes by the likes of Ben de...
109-112 Princes Street
With four floors of glossy-magazine clothing, this is a fashionista's delight. As well as the city's clothes, priced highly, you'll find exclusive cosmetics...
30-34 St Andrew Square
Helen Bateman's designs come in a basic range, retained year-round. There are also funkier seasonal sandals and slingbacks, plus special-occasion shoes.
16 William Street
Based at this Princes Street location since 1838 but now owned by House of Fraser, Jenners retains a loyal following. The six floors offer a wide range of...
48 Princes Street
Four floors offer the usual sensible, mainstream John Lewis range of technology, beauty, fashion and homewares, all with the 'never knowingly undersold'...
69 St James Centre
Recently refurbished, the Princes Street branch is M&S's flagship Edinburgh store, stocking all the brand's ranges. Women's fashions, menswear,...
54 Princes Street
With the likes of Jimmy Choo, Nicole Farhi, Christian Louboutin, Alexander McQueen and Kate Spade all under one roof, this is heaven for shoe lovers.
41 Thistle Street
Right next door to Waverley train station, Princes Mall houses a Kookai and Oasis, as well as Warehouse, Joy and a branch of New Look. There are also a...
High-quality European footwear from a long-established Scottish firm, including shoes from Ecco, Hispanitas, Think and Mephisto.
126-128 Rose Street
Expect an array of higher-end brands, such as D&G, Paul Smith, Patrick Cox and Hugo Boss, along with couture sport lines and casual names such as Rocketdog,...
16 Multrees Walk
The main draw here is John Lewis, which claims to be Scotland's largest department store. Among the other attractions are familiar names such as HMV, Next...